Are you a member of the pizza society? Have you heard of or used the term Xenical? About recent weeks, it has been making the rounds as one of the latest super foods. In this article, I’m going to discuss some of the loose quotes that have been attributed to this product.
“Xenical is the best and most effective bacteria post-meal as it is not heat treated, it is live and retained in the intestine for up to 7 days, it requires no vitamin or preservatives, it is not synthesized by the human body and is the only true free antibiotic available” -None in particular
Would you be surprised to know that not a single scientific paper (yes, I mean that literally) exists to support that claim. Xenical does have some antibiotic properties, but it does not nightly kill people. You hear about it a little bit, mostly because a lot of so-called doctors prescribe it. That is because it has been heavily promoted by a few doctors, most notably one in the area of pneumonia.
Mitterol is another claim commonly made about Xenical.mitterol is a cholesterol metabolite. Cholesterol is actually the waxy fat in things like eggs and the stuff that forms cheese. The claim is thatmitterol is actually a compound found in the cell membrane of many Xenical-contaminated vegetables, and people with high cholesterol are supposedly immune to it. This is not true, as seen by the French researchers who found that goats who ate scrub brush coatings with a compound unfamiliar to them, died within 18 days. They were consuming the plant, not the key ingredient.
I’m not willing to accept any of these claims as fact. If these doctors really had the scientific evidence that they wish so desperately to have, then they would be household names. Instead, their names are worthless.
As far as my own experience with Xenical is concerned, I can tell you that it tastes great, it’s inexpensive, it’s easy to take and it’s extremely beneficial. I give it my serious consideration for just about any type of ailment. Every once in a while, I pick up a bottle and wonder “Are these people totally for real?”
Ever since the first time I took part in a fat loss program, I have desired that all of my meals be raw. It was true that the protein shakes made my eyes squint and that I had lines under my eyes. It was an easy thing to deal with. Taking the standard, definitely not homeopathic, diet seemed to do more harm than good. I eventually figured out that diet plays a Licky Foods role in whatever equation you use to make sense of health.
The key to Xenical is that you absolutely MUST be deficient in something (which I believe it was protein deficiency because I personally tested every single batch I could find) I learned that I was highly deficient in phosphorus. It was no wonder that my tolerance for protein was poor; it was a big part of the problem. Taking the right amount of any nutrient is the litmus test for your level of understanding of what you’re investing in. It comes down to “Are you worth it?” By this I mean, “Are you willing to make a ridiculous amount of effort, or do you get more than a passkey in altered or ‘shotgunned’ protein?”
Okay, now on to Xenical. After a solid weekend of working out, polite company waited patiently for me at the bottom of the gorge. This is a place where you do get to move and change your thoughts. A dietary change would be seen as a negative as it requires a huge amount of energy and attention we don’t have, but a dietary change can be explained as a positive. We have a choice. We either throw caution to the wind and go full speed ahead, or we hold firm to our course and take the slow, sure approach.
I sat there for what seemed like hours,brain struggled with the decision. Should I go for the slow and easy way, or should I go all out? I’ll spare you the posturing and long lecture. I came to a decision fairly quickly and easily. The only reason I took the slow route was because I was mentally fatigued. As you can see, I made a smarter choice.
It’s really not about how long you take to make a decision, but instead to decide. You need to have the peace to know that you’ve decided. You’re going to go for what works, not what feels good at the time.
“It’s not about the food. It’s about the food and about you.”How many pre-packaged meals do you eat? If I count, I’m sure I count at least 10.